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-Mike Fortson'​s V Version 0.3\\+Mike Fortson'​s V Version 0.3 : http://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=DPk9QpKIW34. Avec le commentaire de Tim.\\
 This is accurate according to the depiction of the National Geographic channel video but their depiction of Mike Fortson'​s sighting is inaccurate. I interviewed Mike right after the sighting.I have made a comment on your home page about this - Tim Ley This is accurate according to the depiction of the National Geographic channel video but their depiction of Mike Fortson'​s sighting is inaccurate. I interviewed Mike right after the sighting.I have made a comment on your home page about this - Tim Ley
  
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 +Mike Fortson'​s V Version 0.3\\
 This is Tim Ley - The national Geographic special was inaccurate in portraying Mike Fortson'​s sighting. I personally went to Mike's home right after the March 13, 1997 sighting. He described to me what he saw as I stood in his back yard with him. He saw the same craft that passed over my house except he saw it from the side. When he described it to me he said it was so low that he thought it was going to crash. He was looking west as it passed in front of him, probably at least a 1/4 mile away and he said as it went by he could see the moon through it and he could see 3 lights. The TV special depicts the craft that Mike saw as having only 3 lights and only 2 on the side of the craft that Mike could see. It also depicts the idea that Mike was seeing through the darkness of the craft where the lights were imbedded. Mike couldn'​t see that because the craft was so low from his viewpoint he could just barely see the 3 lights on the left wing of the craft. As I have described, the "​craft"​ with the 5 lights in it was as thin as apiece of paper. What Mike was experiencing was the optical effect of looking at the craft as it is surrounded in a field that literally bends the light that is coming at the field from the side opposite of your viewpoint, around the craft onto your side of the viewpoint. The field causes any optical viewpoint to see "​around"​ the craft This is Tim Ley - The national Geographic special was inaccurate in portraying Mike Fortson'​s sighting. I personally went to Mike's home right after the March 13, 1997 sighting. He described to me what he saw as I stood in his back yard with him. He saw the same craft that passed over my house except he saw it from the side. When he described it to me he said it was so low that he thought it was going to crash. He was looking west as it passed in front of him, probably at least a 1/4 mile away and he said as it went by he could see the moon through it and he could see 3 lights. The TV special depicts the craft that Mike saw as having only 3 lights and only 2 on the side of the craft that Mike could see. It also depicts the idea that Mike was seeing through the darkness of the craft where the lights were imbedded. Mike couldn'​t see that because the craft was so low from his viewpoint he could just barely see the 3 lights on the left wing of the craft. As I have described, the "​craft"​ with the 5 lights in it was as thin as apiece of paper. What Mike was experiencing was the optical effect of looking at the craft as it is surrounded in a field that literally bends the light that is coming at the field from the side opposite of your viewpoint, around the craft onto your side of the viewpoint. The field causes any optical viewpoint to see "​around"​ the craft